'At $1100, the Olympus Pen E-P2 is also significantly more expensive than an entry-level DSLR, and with a DSLR you get a true optical viewfinder, a bigger sensor, and a wider array of lens options.'
'Lots of stuff to play with; art filters, aspect ratios, multi-exposure and level gauge.'
'Opening the Olympus E-3's Card cover is awkward at first,'
'operating at ISO 2,000 or higher, the display blinks continuously, which can get quite annoying.'
'The Olympus E-3 is a fine midrange D-SLR that's a less-expensive alternative to competing models.'
'the Olympus E510 does appear to offer rather poor dynamic range'
'a small, good-looking DSLR'
'More troubling is the inability to use pre-focus in Live View mode.'
'The RAW conversion engine used by both Olympus Master and Olympus Studio (which I'll describe below) is pretty lousy.'
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